School repairs getting started

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Construction crews started setting up at multiple schools across the county this month, preparing to make roof and other seasonal repairs at some buildings and extensive expansions at others.

In additional to routine maintenance projects, such as floor waxing and changing light bulbs, Franklin and Clark-Pleasant schools are also replacing dilapidated sections of the roofs over the gym at Whiteland Community High School and at Northwood Elementary, school officials said.

Both school districts have been slow to make building repairs because property tax caps limit the amount of money they collect to pay for renovations.


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